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Three copies of Epitaphs: The Journal of New England Horror Writers, the Stoker Award nominated anthology featuring work from Kurt Newton, Rick Hautala, Christopher Golden, L.L. Soares, K. Allen Wood (that’s me!), and twenty-one others, are being given away through Goodreads.
If you’re interested in this fantastic collection, toss your name into the virtual hat by clicking Enter to Win below.
This weekend, Shroud Publications hosts the first—and hopefully annual—Anthology conference (Anthocon) up in Portsmouth, NH. Special guests include Christopher Golden, Jackie Gamber, Michael Boatman, Rick Hautala, Jennifer Pelland, Jonathan Maberry, Catherynne M. Valente, and more…
Sarah and I will be there as well, sharing a table with Kurt Newton, and selling copies of Shock Totem, The Zombie Feed, Vol. 1 and 52 Stitches, Vol. 2, the latter two of which feature one of my stories. Kurt will likely be selling copies of his new novella The Brainpan Concerto, among other things.
And on Friday, 11-11-11, Shroud Publishing will officially release Epitaphs, the anthology featuring members of the New England Horror Writers group, of which I am a part of.
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The artwork is a woodcut done by Danny Evarts, with some digital coloring. You may recognize his work from the interior illustrations found within Shroud Magazine. A wonderfully unique style within the small press.
Included in Epitaphs, is “A Deeper Kind of Cold,” my (light) sci-fi horror/tragic love story, as well as 25 other stories and poems. I’ve already zipped through the whole anthology, and it’s a fantastic thing. If you’re interested in a copy, on Saturday, there will be a mass signing/panel with most of the authors. A perfect time to pick up a copy.
Anyway, it looks like its gonna be a helluva good time. Stop by the Shock Totem table and say hello.